Melanie will be presenting her interesting findings about studying membrane protein dimerization using single-molecule fluorescence microscopy. Check out the conference program here: https://www.grc.org/mechanisms-of-membrane-transport-conference/2019/
Check out the conference program at: https://www.grc.org/membrane-protein-folding-conference/2019/
The conference chairs, Olga Boudker (HHMI, Weill Cornell Medical College) and Simon Newstead (University of Oxford) have organized an excellent conference on the diverse mechanisms of how biology solves the problem of getting things across the membrane barrier. For details on the conference program, check out the following link: https://www.grc.org/mechanisms-of-membrane-transport-conference/2019/
Welcome Melanie! Looking forward to a future of fun science!
Janice will present how we can alter binding equilibrium of membrane proteins in membranes by changing the solvent.
The Robertson Laboratory has a new website: www.robertsonlaboratory.com. Keep checking for lab updates and information.
Janice Robertson was interviewed by Physics World about the laboratory’s micro-mirror TIRF microscope. Access the article by clicking the arrow or at https://physicsworld.com/a/optical-micromirrors-reveal-the-secrets-of-cell-membranes/
The Robertson Laboratory has moved to the Department of Biochemistry and Molecule Biophysics in the Medical School at Washington University in St. Louis. We thank all of our friends in the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, and the University of Iowa for a great five years!